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Ethrel-stimulated prolongation of latex flow in the rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis Muell. Arg.): an Hev b 7-like protein acts as a universal antagonist of rubber particle aggregating factors from lutoids and C-serum

01-Feb-2016 | Min-Jing Shi; Fu-Ge Cai; Wei-Min Tian, Journal of Biochemistry, 2016

Ethrel is the most effective stimuli in prolonging the latex flow that consequently increases yield per tapping. This effect is largely ascribed to the enhanced lutoid stability, which is associated with the decreased release of initiators of rubber particle (RP) aggregation from lutoid bursting. ...

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Analysis of Isoquinoline Alkaloid Composition and Wound-Induced Variation in Nelumbo Using HPLC-MS/MS

29-Jan-2016 | Xianbao Deng; Lingping Zhu; Ting Fang; Sornkanok Vimolmangkang; Dong Yang; Collins Ogutu; Yanling Liu; Yuepeng Han, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2016

Alkaloids are the most relevant bioactive components in lotus, a traditional herb in Asia, but little is known about their qualitative and quantitative distributions. Here, we report on the alkaloid composition in various lotus organs. Lotus laminae and embryos are rich in isoquinoline alkaloids, ...

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Materials, Vol. 9, Pages 84: Effects on the Physical and Mechanical Properties of Porous Concrete for Plant Growth of Blast Furnace Slag, Natural Jute Fiber, and Styrene Butadiene Latex Using a Dry Mixing Manufacturing Process

29-Jan-2016 | Kim, Hwang-Hee ; Kim, Chun-Soo ; Jeon, Ji-Hong ; Park, Chan-Gi, Materials, 2016

To evaluate the effects of industrial by-products materials on the performance of porous concrete for plant growth, this study investigated the physical, strength, and freeze/thaw resistances of porous concrete for plant growth, prepared by replacing cement with blast furnace slag powder at 60% ...

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Flash Latex Production in a Continuous Helical Photoreactor: Releasing the Brake Pedal on Acrylate Chain Radical Polymerization

21-Jan-2016 | Abraham Chemtob, Emeline Lobry, Agnès Rannée, Florent Jasinski, Marta Penconi, Esther Oliveros, André M. Braun, Adri ..., Macromolecular Reaction Engineering, 2016

The continuous photopolymerization of acrylate and methacrylate monomer miniemulsions (25% solids content) is investigated at room temperature in a compact helix minireactor. Using n‐butyl acrylate, the process yields 95% conversion after only 27 s residence time, and gel‐free ...

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Experimental Test of Reflectivity Formulas for Turbid Colloids: Beyond the Fresnel Reflection Amplitudes

19-Jan-2016 | Gesuri Morales-Luna; Humberto Contreras-Tello; Augusto García-Valenzuela; Rubén G. Barrera, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2016

We compare light reflectivity measurements as a function of the angle of incidence for an interface between an optical glass and a turbid suspension of small particles, with theoretical predictions for the coherent reflectance calculated with different available theoretical models. The ...

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Synthesis and characterization of fluorine‐containing polyurethane–acrylate core–shell emulsion

18-Jan-2016 | Meng Zhao, Hui Li, Lefei Wen, Zitian Yu, Shuo Zhang, Zhewen Han, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2016

ABSTRACT Fluorinated polyurethane–acrylate (FPUA) hybrid emulsion was prepared by copolymerization of polyurethane, methyl methacrylate, and 1H,1H,2H,2H‐heptadecafluorooctyl acrylate (FA) via emulsion polymerization in the presence of a perfluoronated reactive surfactant. The polyurethane was ...

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Polymerizable Molecular Silsesquioxane Cage Armored Hybrid Microcapsules with in situ Shell Functionalization

08-Jan-2016 | Yuxiu Xing , Jun Peng , Kai Xu, Weihong Lin , Shuxi Gao , Yuanyuan Ren , Xuefeng Gui , Shengyuan Liang , Mingcai Chen, Chemistry - A European Journal, 2016

Abstract We prepared core–shell polymer–silsesquioxane hybrid microcapsules from cage‐like methacryloxypropyl silsesquioxanes (CMSQs) and styrene (St). The presence of CMSQ can moderately reduce the interfacial tension between St and water and help to emulsify the monomer prior to ...

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How the infrared radiation affects the film formation process from latexes?

24-Dec-2015 | O. Yargi, A. Gelir, M. Ozdogan, C. Nuhoglu, A. Elaissari, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2015

ABSTRACT In this study, the effect of the infrared radiative heating (IRH) was investigated on the film formation from composites of polystyrene (PS) latex particles and poly vinyl alcohol (PVA). The films were prepared as a pure PS and a mixture of PS and PVA particles at equal compositions ...

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Surface functionalization of rubber latex nanoparticles with sulfidosilane moieties

21-Dec-2015 | Mahnaz Shahzamani, Rouhollah Bagheri, Mahmood Masoomi, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2015

ABSTRACT Polybutadiene latex particles were functionalized with bis[3‐(triethoxysilyl) propyl] tetrasulfide (TESPT) in the presence of zinc oxide as an activator and ethanol as a co‐solvent. The success of this reaction was confirmed both by the peaks attributed to Si‐O groups at 1085 and 1110 ...

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Protein-Assisted Assembly of π-Conjugated Polymers

10-Dec-2015 | Cornelia Rosu; Nabil Kleinhenz; Dalsu Choi; Christopher J. Tassone; Xujun Zhang; Jung Ok Park; Mohan Srinivasarao; P ..., Chemistry of Materials, 2015

In an aqueous suspension process, protein dispersions facilitated improved alignment and organization of poly(3-hexylthiophene) (P3HT) chains into highly ordered crystalline structures. A solution of P3HT in 1,2,4-trichlorobenzene (TCB) was added to an aqueous dispersion of the hydrophobin, ...

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